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eBook formatHardcover, (torrent)En
PublisherFrances Lincoln Ltd
File size2.9 Mb
Pages count144
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Balconies, passages, light wells, patios, window ledges, basements, the tops of fire escapes - no site is too small for a garden. This innovative book reclaims the forgotten spaces around the house, and shows how you can create a wonderful garden in the most unpromising of corners.
The Tiny Garden covers eveything you need to know about planning, developing and maintaining the smallest garden spaces. Here you will find design ideas and plant lists tailored to fit your own particular site - whether that is a patio, a flat roof or simply the ledge outside your kitchen window. There is a section that solves the problems often encountered in tiny gardens, which may be windy or shady or overlooked, and another that suggests brilliant ideas for lighting, ornaments, containers and illusions that will make your space seem bigger and brighter. And don't think that a tiny garden is just about plants in pots: with a little lateral thinking, you can fit in a water feature, a children's play area - and even a lawn!
An invaluable resource both for beginners and for more experienced gardeners faced with an awkward plot, The Tiny Garden provides a kaleidoscope of design solutions. In the exciting photographs sharp concepts from garden designers jostle with the sort of overflowing window boxes, balconies and roof gardens you might glimpse as you walk along the street. Owners of a strip of concrete or a gloomy light well need not despair: it's possible to make a garden in any space, so long as it is open to the sky.

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